Need a fast and simple way to acknowledge good behaviour or skills achieved in a busy classroom setting? These "receipt" cards are the perfect solution and really make the students feel like they're being "noticed"!
This is a slightly simplified version of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. It has been adapted to work in ESL/LINC classrooms, as well as for native speakers for a short story unit. Comprehension questions are included. Great for Christmas
This excel spreadsheet has been designed to track ESL assessments. It is formatted to change colours based on the input it receives to make "at-a-glance" tracking so much easier. There are separate pages for each of the four skills (listening,
This activity is designed to get your students interacting more with your classroom library. By setting up stations around your classroom with different books from the library, the students will have an opportunity to explore the books. By
English Language Arts, EFL - ESL - ELD, ESL / ELL / EFL
These worksheets offer students a way to reflect on their past learning and set goals for the future. Includes worksheets for both end of unit reflection as well as end of term/year reflection. Great for student portfolios (PBLA) and to receive
ESL / ELL / EFL
Not Grade Specific
Worksheets, Activities, Reflective Journals for Teachers
A great checklist to give your students so they can tell whether they are ready to present or not! Includes all of the components for a PowerPoint presentation in a handy checklist your students can follow as they work.
A catchy, fun, up-beat song that will be sure to have your class singing along!
This is a fill-in-the-blanks listening activity for the song "Life Changes" by Thomas Rhett. There are follow-up comprehension and language activities included as